2024 EAC Sale


LOT 154 1829 C-1 R1 AU58. Lustrous medium brown with wisps of olive brown on the obverse. Bluish steel overtones show on both sides and there are traces of faded mint red on the obverse. A few specks of fine carbon on the reverse are the only notable defects. MDS. Ex 2010 EAC Sale, McCawley & Grellman Auctions 4/24/2010:109-2011 EAC Sale, McCawley & Grellman Auctions 4/14/2011:74 (lot tickets included)  FLIPOVER DOUBLE STRIKE

LOT 155 1829 C-1 R1 VF25. Glossy medium brown and light olive blending to light chocolate on the reverse. Smooth and void of marks- -other than those resulting from the flipover double strike. Both strikes were centered on the planchet but the struck half cent failed to eject properly, flipped over, rotated about 180 degrees, and was struck a second time. Lots of undertype from the reverse shows in the obverse fields including several leaves and berries. The undertype obverse on the reverse is more subtle but the chin and neck are clearly visible at the left end of the line under CENT and the 8 from the date shows on the second A in AMERICA. A problem-free example of a really neat mint error.

LOT 157 1833 C-1 R1 AU55. Glossy medium brown and light olive with frosty lighter brown in protected areas. No defects, just very light friction on the highpoints. Sharply struck EDS, Manley 1.0, before any die clashmarks on the obverse. The fields are slightly reflective.

LOT 156 1832 C-3 R2 AU50. Frosty steel brown with lighter brown in protected areas. A small area of darker toning at the top of the ear and some reddish carbon under the D in UNITED are the notable defects. Sharply struck.

Ex Fedorchuck, McCawley & Grellman Auctions/Goldbergs 9/2010:734 (lot ticket included)

Ex 2009 EAC Sale, McCawley & Grellman Auctions 4/18/2009:26 (lot ticket included)

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